Anarchistes Anarchistes
  - (1996) Procès Marini
  - (1996) Quatre de Cordoba
  - (2001) Quatre de Luras
  - (2003) Opération "Black-Out"
  - (2003) Quatre de Valence
  - (2003) Six de Barcelone
  - (2004 - 2005) Opération Cervantes
  - (2004) Enquête sur les COR
  - (2004) Quatre de Aachen
  - (2005) Opération "Nottetempo"
  - (2005) Opération Fraria
  - (2006) Emeutes Forum Social Européen d’Athènes
  - (2006) Operation "Comitato Liberazione Sardegna"
  - (2006) Opération du 9 Février
  - (2006) Opération du Quatre Mai
  - Anonima Sarda Anarchici Insurrezionalista
  - Autres
  - Azione Rivoluzionaria Anticapitalista
  - Brigadas de la Cólera
  - Brigata 20 luglio
  - Cellule Armate per la Solidarietà Internazionale
  - Cellule contro il Capitale, il Carcere, i suoi Carcerieri e le sue Celle
  - Cellule Insorgenti Metropolitane
  - Cooperativa Artigiana Fuoco e Affini (occasionalmente spettacolare)
  - Federazione Anarchica Informale
  - Fuerzas Autonómas y Destructivas León Czolgosz
  - Individus
  - Justice Anti-Etat
  - Narodnaja Volja
  - Nucleo Rivoluzionario Horst Fantazzini
  - Solidarietà Internazionale

Anti-Fascistes Anti-Fascistes
  - Pedro José Veiga Luis Pedro
  - Stuart Durkin
  - Thomas Meyer-Falk
  - Tomek Wilkoszewski
  - Volkert Van Der Graaf

Anti-Guerres Anti-Guerres
  - Barbara Smedema
  - Novaya Revolutsionaya Alternativa

Anti-Impérialistes Anti-Impérialistes
  - Action Révolutionnaire Populaire
  - Armed Resistance Unit
  - Comando Amazónico Revolucionario
  - Comando Popular Revolucionario - La Patria es Primero
  - Comandos Autonomos Anticapitalistas
  - Fraction Armée Révolutionnaire Libanaise
  - Front Armé Anti-Japonais d’Asie du Sud
  - Front Révolutionnaire de Libération du Peuple (DHKC)
  - Grupos de Combatientes Populares
  - Individus
  - Lutte Populaire Révolutionnaire (ELA)
  - Lutte Révolutionnaire (LA)
  - Movimiento de Accion Popular Unitario Lautaro
  - Movimiento Revolucionario Túpac Amaru
  - Movimiento Todos por la Patria
  - Organisation Révolutionnaire du 17 Novembre (17N)
  - Revolutionary Armed Task Force
  - Revolutionären Zellen
  - Symbionese Liberation Army
  - United Freedom Front

Communistes Communistes
  - Action Directe
  - Affiche Rouge
  - Armée Rouge Japonaise
  - Brigate Rosse
  - Brigate Rosse - Partito Comunista Combattente
  - Cellule di Offensiva Rivoluzionaria
  - Comando Jaramillista Morelense 23 de Mayo
  - Comando Justiciero 28 de Junio
  - Comunisti Organizzati per la Liberazione Proletaria
  - Ejército Popular Revolucionario
  - Ejército Revolucionario Popular Insurgente
  - Ejército Villista Revolucionario del Pueblo
  - Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias del Pueblo
  - Grupos de Resistencia Antifascista Primero de Octubre
  - Individus
  - Ligue Marxiste-Léniniste de Propagande Armée (MLSPB)
  - May 19 Communist Organization
  - MLKP / Forces Armées des Pauvres et Opprimés (FESK)
  - Nuclei Armati per il Comunismo - Formazioni Comuniste Combattent
  - Nuclei di Iniziativa Proletaria Rivoluzionaria
  - Nuclei Proletari per il Comunismo
  - Nucleo Proletario Rivoluzionario
  - Parti Communiste des Travailleurs de Turquie / Léniniste (TKEP/L)
  - Parti Communiste Ouvrier de Turquie (TKIP)
  - Parti-Front Populaire de Libération de la Turquie/Avant-garde Révolutionnaire du Peuple (THKP-C/HDÖ)
  - Proletari Armati per il Comunismo
  - Rote Armee Fraktion
  - Tendencia Democrática Revolucionaria
  - Union des Communistes Révolutionnaires de Turquie (TIKB)
  - Unione dei Comunisti Combattenti

Environnementalistes Environnementalistes
  - Anti OGM
  - Anti-Nucléaires
  - Bio-Technologies
  - Earth Liberation Front
  - Etats-Unis
  - Lutte contre le TAV
  - Marco Camenisch
  - Solidarios con Itoitz (Espagne)

Libération animale Libération animale
  - Animal Liberation Front (ALF)
  - Campagne contre Huntingdon Life Sciences (HLS)
  - Peter Young

Libération Nationale Libération Nationale
  - Afro-Américain
  - Amérindien
  - Assam
  - Balouchte
  - Basque
  - Breton
  - Catalan
  - Chiapas
  - Corse
  - Galicien
  - Irlandais
  - Karen
  - Kurde
  - Mapuche
  - Palestinien
  - Papou
  - Porto-Ricain
  - Sarde
  - Tamoul
  - Touareg

Luttes & Prison Luttes & Prison
  - Belgique
  - Contre les FIES
  - Contre les type F (Turquie)
  - Journée Internationale du Révolutionnaire Prisonnier
  - Moulins-Yzeure (24 novembre 2003)
  - Mutinerie de Clairvaux (16 avril 2003)

Manifs & Contre-Sommet(s) Manifs & Contre-Sommet(s)
  - Manifestations anti-CPE (Mars 2006)
  - Sommet de l’Union Européenne de Laeken (14 décembre 2001)
  - Sommet du G8 à Gênes en juillet 2001
  - Sommet européen de Thessalonique (Juin 2003)

Maoistes Maoistes
  - Parti Communiste de l’Inde - Maoïste
  - Parti Communiste des Philippines
  - Parti Communiste du Népal (Maoïste)
  - Parti Communiste du Pérou
  - Parti Communiste Maoïste (MKP)
  - Purba Banglar Sarbahara Party

Répression Répression
  - Allemagne
  - Belgique
  - Espagne
  - France
  - Italie
  - Suisse

Sabotages & Actions Sabotages & Actions
Présentation de l'APAAPA ?
Publiée le 11 mai 2006

- Papou


Papuan students tell of violence (ABC)

Papuan students tell of violence

Reporter : Steve Marshall (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

KERRY O’BRIEN, PRESENTER : Proposed new laws intended to deter asylum seekers from the troubled Indonesian province of Papua are already being tested. The new laws would see asylum seekers who arrive by boat, processed offshore and resettled in another country if they are found to be refugees. The tough new policy was announced after 42 Papuans were given temporary protection visas after arriving here in January, a decision which, you’ll recall, enraged the Indonesian Government. Immigration Minister Amanda Vanstone says another group of Papuans found off the Queensland coast this week will be sent back to Papua New Guinea, their last port of call before Australia. Underlying the tension is a long-standing independence movement in Papua and claims of brutal reprisals by Indonesian troops. ABC correspondent Steve Marshall recently travelled inside Papua and he filed this exclusive report.

STEVE MARSHALL, REPORTER : The Indonesian province of Papua looks peaceful enough, but in these hills, young Papuan students are hiding. On the run, they say, from Indonesian soldiers intent on revenge.

YUSAK LOGO, UNIVERSITY STUDENT : They smashed windows and they shot two of my friends.

MELIANUS PIGAI, UNIVERSITY STUDENT : Students were captured. They were shot, cut up, sliced up. Others were arrested while selling papers. They were killed and thrown into the forest.

STEVE MARSHALL : Melianus Pigai and Yusak Logo are among hundreds of people local political activists say are in danger. Yusak Logo found sanctuary in neighbouring Papua New Guinea.

YUSAK LOGO : The Indonesian Government thinks all us students are terrorists.

STEVE MARSHALL : Student protests erupted near the capital, Jayapura, just last March. The violence evidence of the radicalision of the independence movement. For years, the focus of discontent has been the foreign-owned Freeport gold and copper mine, one of Indonesia’s biggest export earners. Papuans have long accused Freeport of environmental vandalism and complicity in human rights abuses. Five Indonesian security officers were killed in the latest unrest. According to the Brussels-based think-tank, the International Crisis Group, the Indonesian military responded with a violent crackdown. Students say they’re still in fear of their lives.

MELIANUS PIGAI, UNIVERSITY STUDENT :If they capture us we may as well be dead.

STEVE MARSHALL : We found this group in a small hut near Jayapura. Melianus Pigai recounts the disturbing story of their attempt to flee Papua by boat at night.

MELIANUS PIGAI : We boarded the boat. Then we set off and there was the navy. They chased us from behind, then the boat sank. People drowned. One was killed. He was stabbed by the military.

STEVE MARSHALL : Indonesian authorities deny chasing the boat and describe the death as accidental drowning. The students were trying to get to Australia, hoping to be granted refugee status as are the 42 Papuans who reached Australian shores in January before being granted temporary bridging visas. In response to Indonesian anger over the visas, the Australian Government has effectively slammed the door shut on any more asylum seekers. From now on, all new boat arrivals will be processed offshore. Even if they are found to be refugees, Australia plans to send them to a third country for resettlement.

MELIANUS PIGAI : I don’t think it’s right. People are frightened. They’ve been chased. Why should they go elsewhere ?

JONAH WENDA, PAPUAN ACTIVIST : We are dying in any brutal acts of Indonesia.

STEVE MARSHALL : Papuan activist Jonah Wenda says despite Australia’s change of rules, it will remain a prime destination for asylum seekers. Will it stop you sending people to Australia ?

JONAH WENDA : No, no, they will never stop us. We will continue to come to Australia. Whichever way, we will try to come to Australia. I believe they are grass roots people and some in the Parliament who will support this.

STEVE MARSHALL : For more than four decades, the Free Papuan Movement or OPM has engaged in guerrilla warfare against the Indonesian military. This is where Papua New Guinea stops and Indonesia starts and this is the one and only official border crossing post across an entire 740km border line. In late 2003 this was the scene of a shoot-out between the OPM and the Indonesian military where bullets flew back and forth across here throughout an entire day and while no shots have been fired here since then, out here in the jungle, such skirmishes still continue to this very day.This OPM northern commander has been fighting the Indonesian military for the past 38 years. Tonight, he also takes aim at the Australian Government.

JONAH WENDA : I am critical of the Australian Government, not just Australia but other Western countries, the ones who exploit Papua but pay no attention to Papuans.

STEVE MARSHALL : Young Papuans have been radicalised by what they see as a failure by Indonesia to deliver on a 4-year-old autonomy offer. Now they’re in hiding, but their struggle for a fully independent Papua shows no sign of letting up.


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